AAC Nitrosorb® Swiftkit System
The European Union Air Quality and Clean Air for Europe Directive 2008/50/EC stipulates that indoor Nitrogen Dioxide must not exceed the concentration level of 4Oug/m3.
This legislation has significant implications for planners, developers and mechanical consultants who are involved in new build and retrofit projects in the residential, educational and commercial sectors. To comply with this legislation, developers must include NOx filtration in their design.
Areas that exceed 4Oug/m3 are designated as Air Quality Management Areas by local authorities.
AAC Eurovent has been a key player in providing sustainable indoor air NO2 mitigation solutions for over a decade.
The AAC Nitrosorb® Swiftkit uses carbon filter technology to deliver a high efficiency and sustainable range of standard and customised NOx filter units.
Our Swiftkit system is suitable for indoor air projects in new build and retrofit schemes and is designed for use with all types of MVHRs.
The AAC Nitrosorb® Swiftkit System is a “kit of parts” solution that enables our Nitrosorb NOx filters to be quickly and easily incorporated into larger air handling units.
- Residential Apartments
- Universities / Schools / Colleges
- Student Accommodation
- Plastic refillable filter system
- Wide flow rate range – 0.3m3/s – 5.0m3/s
- Low pressure drop
- High efficiency – MCERTS tested
- Available in plain & galvanised steel
- Unique AAC Colourcell indicator
- 2 – 5 years lifespan
- Choice of particulate filters (G3, PM10, PM2.5)
- It is supplied complete with parts for both front and side access, with the only requirement being hand tools and labour
The unique AAC Colourcell® Media Filter System is seamlessly incorporated into the AAC Nitrosorb® Swiftkit System range to identify the condition of their installed Nitrosorb media.
The AAC Nitrosorb® Swiftkit System is available in a range of standard sizes. Alternatively, a custom design service is also available. AAC Nitrosorb is suitable for use with Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery Units and centralised Air Handling Units.